Hi I am tired of "gimmicks" on printers. All those extra buttons, card slots, auto paper sensors, wireless, camera links, little LCD screens, etc. And what particularly annoys me about my current HP printer is when you print on good quality paper*, it assumes you're printing a photo (even if you're not) and applies it's own cruddy colour/contrast correction etc, wasting 5 minutes of my life and the cost of the glossy paper an ink. Surely there has to be a printer out there that's decent quality and "just a goddam printer". But, I can't seem to find one. Am I looking in the wrong place? Basically, I want something that will print out high quality colour and monochrome graphics when used with good paper and inks, but also fairly decent photographs when required (ideally), and can also handle "general" document printing. We're only after A4 but would consider A3. Ideally I'd like duplex too. And no gimmicks! Also, one day (I've only been saying this for 3 years) I'm gonna buy Adobe Illustrator. Do I need (or should I get) a printer that supports PostScript? I'd be happy to pay a few hundred quid for something that met the mark. But, I have a friend who is a student who also has exactly the same requirements but obviously is on a tighter budget... so we'd be interested to hear recommendations at any price point. What to do you graphic designers use? Cheers SL * Okay I can disable this "feature" but I keep forgetting.